Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Dragonfly Warrior

A writer friend has reduced the price of his novel, Dragonfly Warrior, for a short period of time, and it now retails at 99c (about 75p).

You can get it from Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Smashwords.

Here's some blurb about it.

"The Mechanica Wars: Savage Machines Are Afoot...

At the age of twenty, Kanze Zenjiro's bloody footprints mark the bodies of those who stood in his way to protect the throne of Nihon. Now, the tyrannical Iberian Empire is bent on destroying his kingdom, and they send their steam-powered giants and iron spiders against him.

Zen embarks on a quest that takes him on the most dangerous journey of his life. To succeed, Zen must live up to his nickname, the Dragonfly Warrior, and kill all his enemies with only a sword and a pair of six-guns. He is called upon to somehow survive a test of faith and loyalty in a world so cruel and merciless, it borders on madness
."

Some reviews on Amazon.

"Excellently written, character-driven, tightly woven prose with perfect plot pacing.



Before reading this, I had never read any steam punk novels before, but I did love Asian culture and fantasy adventure.



I look forward to more!


Who is Jay Noel?

After doing some freelance writing and editing for more than a dozen years, Jay decided to stop procrastinating and pursue his dream of being a novelist. He's been blogging for over eight years, and even had a comedy podcast syndicated all over the internet. All of that was fun, but all the steampunk-inspired stories in his head just wouldn't leave him alone. Jay spends his days working in medical sales, but he can be found toiling over his laptop late at night when all is quiet.

He draws inspiration from all over: H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Shakespeare, Ray Bradbury, Douglas Adams, and Isaac Asimov. 

And finally, the trailer.




I hope you enjoy it.






3 comments:

Jay Noel said...

Thanks for your help!

Lexa Cain said...

It's great to see Jay's book on sale! Who wouldn't love that exciting cover and want to read it? I see the reviewers are impressed! Wishing Jay lots of success. :)

S Gallagher said...

Now that is one awesome book cover. May have to check this out, even though I'm not partial to the steampunk trend.